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Living with changing climate: CSE Study

Impact, vulnerability and adaptation challenges in Indian Sundarbans For residents of Indian Sundarbans, climate change is now a part of their daily survival battles. While the global negotiations towards mitigation of climate change have remained inconclusive over the years, sea level rise, cyclones, rainfall patterns have kept changing for the worse. Life is much more difficult now and development of the area more expensive.

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Study release and panel discussion on 'Climate change impacts, vulnerabilities and adaptation in Indian Sundarbans

Sundarbans, straddling both Bangladesh and India, is a fragile ecosystem, and one which is extremely vulnerable to climate change. Despite the wealth of information available on the region, there is little understanding of how various impacts will hit and are hitting lives and livelihoods.

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Report Release and Panel Discussion on Climate Change Impacts, Vulnerabilities and Adaptation in Indian Sunderbans

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in partnership with Coastal Development Partnership (CDP) is organizing a Report release and panel discussion on ‘Climate change Impacts, Vulnerabilities and Adaptation in Sunderbans’.

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India's environment minister says "equity is central to any debate on climate change"

Makes her first public address in Durban at a side event organised by CSE in association with the ministry

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Event: Indian Ministry of Environment and Forests and Centre for Science and Environment side event at COP 17

The imperative of equity for an effective climate agreement

Organizers: Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India and the Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi

Date and time: Monday, December 5, 2011; 18.30-20.00

Venue: Blyde River Room, Durban Exhibition Centre, Durban

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